TWO convicted rapists from Rochdale and Shaw who went missing after being released from jail are being sought by police. Attif Hussain, aged 35, from Shaw, who kidnapped and raped a woman in Oldham in 1996 and is also suspected of sexually assaulting a child, and Mamod Korbani, aged 32, from Rochdale, who raped a woman in 2005, both vanished after they were released from prison. He was sentenced to four years and eight months in prison in August 2006 for causing actual bodily harm and for causing a woman to engage in sexual activity without consent. He was released on licence December 2008 to a hostel and managed by the probation service. He then left the hostel and registered a new address. But when police checked the address in March 2009 he was not there. The pair are among 15 convicted sex offenders who have gone missing from Greater Manchester. Sex offenders are legally required to register their name, address and date of birth with the police. Failure to notify, or false notification, is an offence punishable by up to six months imprisonment. Detective Inspector Debbie Conlon Houldershaw, from Greater Manchester Police's sex offender management unit, said: "We make every effort to ensure we know where registered sex offenders are and those that go missing are found and dealt with accordingly. Some of those who are missing may have left the country, which makes them more difficult to locate. We know the impact these offences can have on victims and families. If you feel we have made an error in a report, or have fallen below our usual high standards, please write in the first instance to: Rob Irvine, editor, Manchester Evening News, Mitchell Henry House, Hollinwood Avenue, Chadderton, Oldham OL9 8EP. 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If you thought the New England shoe industry was on its last legs, look no further than Monday's race to refute that cliche.Each of these Massachusetts firms is an athletic shoe manufacturer. Each has a history stretching back to the turn of the century. And all three are thriving today. Hyde Athletic Industries, in Cambridge, reports total footwear sales were up 22 percent over last year. ''The sales increases have been due primarily to our Saucony (running shoe) brand,'' says vice president John Fisher. New Balance, in Allston, is a private company and doesn't reveal sales figures. But the company is operating five plants in New England and turning out 12,000 pairs a day, says Ken Akey, a plant foreman.All three companies had shoes that ranked in the top 20 of the latest quarterly shoe survey by Runner's World magazine.To be sure, competition is toe to toe and the athletic shoe industry has been roughed up in the scuffle. Both Hyde and Converse have closed factories and now import some ready to wear shoes.For the last 15 years, imports have walked all over the domestic athletic shoe industry. Since import restrictions were relaxed in 1968 and again in '81, the market has been flooded by Asian made products. Imports now account for 65 percent of the total US shoe market, according to the Footwear Industry Association.This blitz was softened somewhat by a burgeoning athletic shoe market. Thanks to the tennis, running, and exercise booms, more sneakers are sold today than in any other footwear category.But these New England companies no longer make an ordinary ''sneaker.'' They cringe at the word. The low end of the footwear market is now the stomping ground of imports. To stay alive, US manufacturers have shifted to the higher priced, ''high tech'' shoe.One sign of the new focus is Converse's Biomechanics Lab just a few miles from its Wilmington headquarters (where, by the way, the latest in desk top decor includes multicolored basketball shoes used as pencil holders).At the lab, along one wall is a bank of steel and hydraulic Tinkertoy like machines: a penetrometer, a traction tester, a flexibility station. Open boxes of decimated competitor shoes are stacked haphazardly in the middle of the room. At one end a treadmill is surrounded by microcomputers, lights, and a high speed camera.Here four ''shoe scientists'' analyze the physical stresses of running to help produce the ultimate in cross country comfort. As a competitor put it: ''Running shoes are no longer just running shoes. You have shoes for heavy runners, light runners, short and long distance, training and racing, and so on.''The first company to market an innovative design can capture the heart and soles not to mention the pocketbook of the avid running populace. Most shoes sport a price tag of $45 to $100. New Balance has a $130 shoe coming on the market this summer.Converse, the nation's largest athletic footwear manufacturer, is a latecomer to the serious running shoe market. It was slow to adjust to the import influx and took its lumps. Since 1976, about 5,000 workers lost their jobs as five New England factories shut down. But the Converse comeback has been ''dramatic,'' says Mary C. Farrell, a stock analyst at Paine Webber.''Although Converse is playing catch up, they're playing aggressively and successfully,'' notes Ms. Farrell.Says company president John P. O'Neil: ''We're healthy and strong now because we've grown so rapidly (in the last few years). But the growth has come from imports.'' Most of the imports are running shoes from Taiwan and Korea. Converse has only one plant left in New England, which produces injection molded soles. Other types of Converse shoes are made in North Carolina and Puerto Rico.By contrast, Hyde makes most of its popular Saucony running shoe line at its factory in Bangor, Maine. But since 1980, the rest of its athletic footwear has been made overseas.Before the shift to importing, ''We were making 2,000 or 3,000 pairs a day here,'' says Carmin Sganga, standing next to an aging Singer sewing machine at Hyde's headquarters in Cambridge. Now Mr. Sganga supervises the small basement factory used for research and development and custom made shoes that go to the firm's paid athlete advisers.Hyde looks like a 78 year old shoe company could be expected to look. The faded and dirty wood paneled lobby is small. Two dusty portraits of bespectacled Hyde family presidents peer down at the hustle and bustle. But next January the headquarters will be moved to a new $3 million building in Peabody, Mass.The Saucony shoe didn't become a star overnight. Success came slowly. ''We didn't have the funds for promotion. Nike was giving away more shoes than we used to sell. On the way up, it was just word of mouth,'' says vice president Fisher.In a way, Hyde's initially less than blistering sales pace has been a blessing. Retailers watch quality as a shoe becomes popular. The Saucony footwear has remained consistently good, according to Duke Hutchinson, manager of Marathon Sports in Cambridge.''Saucony makes good stuff. It's an example of a company growing at a reasonable rate unlike New Balance,'' Mr. Hutchinson says. ''New Balance went bananas. They grew too fast and tried to be all things to all people.''At Bill Rodgers's Running Center, manager Charlie Rodgers agrees: ''New Balance was nominated by Runner's World (in 1976) as the best shoe. They increased production and quality went down the drain.''That's past history, reply New Balance officials.From his newly renovated bare brick office above the factory, marketing manager Bruce Goral points to the findings of Sporting Goods Business magazine. ''The Feburary issue shows New Balance ranked first in terms of quality by 26 percent of the retailers surveyed.''Indeed, in the noisy factory two floors below, Ken Akey says the number of quality check points has increased. ''Every department has a quality check now, '' shouts the plant manager, pointing to the different work stations.In the effort to produce better quality faster, New Balance has put a little high tech into the production line. With a bit of prodding, Mr. Akey shows visitors the new computerized sewing machines. But he won't say much about them. They're producing a consistent pattern that ''has everybody in the business wondering how we do it,'' he says.
Where Can i Buy Military Blue 4s,Squadron Blue 13s It can be known that a pair of Adivon shoes' price is 150 to 200 Yuan on the basis of its data. Its profit each year is 110 million Yuan. People with low income and students are its consumer groups. Its psychology is to cater for the entertaining ugly appreciation need of the generation after 80s and the generation after 90s. Its business logic is that if you have Adidas, and then I have Adivon. In the third tier and fourth tier markets with fuzzy brand realization, Adivon does not have the copycatting feeling, on the contrary, it will produce the psychological superiority. This is just Adivon's basic logic to alternatively hype with the help of the Internet and to enlarge its popularity for attracting distributors. China's coastal sports brands are all at the beginning of their establishment. Nearly without exception; they all have gone through to copy famous brands overseas. However, in order to create the unique style that only belongs to them, they are all going to throw into a lot of money and materials when a certain scale is formulated. They would like to endeavor with all their efforts to be away from the "dark history" in previous time. It is almost the universal development law in the industry. But in Jinjiang of Fujian, there is such a wonderful enterprise who would like to go with the reverse fashion trend, continue to blow the copycat wind and resolute not to go an ordinary road, and its name is Adi von. A lot of people even held the opinion that it was a manufacturer's trick when "Adivon" this brand come to the front of public sight for the first time. Adidas this word was cut off, and seamed a new rich feeling "Von". The logo was also torn off unnaturally and twisted into a logo, which seemed to be the logo of a farm vehicle brand. The "complement each other" sentence, which was "everything can be changed" also was added. We can say that it was equipped with all the flashily traits that can be imagined by all of us. At a time, there were overwhelming ridicules and satires about it on the Internet. In the industry, it was regarded as a typical case of malicious speculation and self destruction. Nearly all the people thought that it will be just like "Master Kong", which has been priced at 1.5 Yuan a bowl within the railway station. It will disappear quickly from the vast sea of the counterfeit market after it was ridiculed by the public for a while. There passed six years, people who has ridiculed it in previous time suddenly found in surprise that it does not down on the one hand, and on the other hand, it grows longer and stronger and lives to be the best. Its annual profit broke the record of one hundred million Yuan. Military Blue 4s Talk about a turnaround for the Twins' Glen Perkins. He has gone from being in the doghouse in 2010 to not only being the Twins' top relief pitcher in 2011, but also one of the best in Major League Baseball. On July 21, 2010, Perkins was coming off one of his best starts of the season at Class AAA Rochester, going seven innings and giving up only one earned run, but his overall numbers at the time showed how far removed he was from his best pitching. The quality start and win over Buffalo gave Perkins a 4 8 record and dropped his ERA to 6.59. He would finish the season 4 9 with a 5.81 ERA in 124 innings pitched. Naturally, Perkins was upset about being in the minor leagues despite his poor record, and he told the Star Tribune's Joe Christensen: "I guess I really found out the hard way that it's a business. I spent my life cheering for that team. I got drafted by them [in 2004] and got to the majors quick [in 2006] and two weeks later we're in the playoffs. I had a really good year in 2008 and everything was rosy. You find out the hard way that it doesn't matter." Unhappy with his situation, Perkins filed a grievance and a hearing date was set, but the problem was settled before it reached the courts. Perkins and his agent felt that by sending him to the minors, the Twins cost him a chance to go to arbitration and earn a lot more money. One thing about Twins general manager Bill Smith: He will never give even a hint about a player who is being shopped. But with the situation the way it was at Rochester, one has to believe that there was an effort to trade Perkins, but because of his record there wasn't much of a market. Well, a year later things are so much different. Manager Ron Gardenhire, Smith and everybody else in the organization are happy with Perkins. And why not? Before going on the DL on May 22, Perkins pitched 22 2/3 innings and had 22 strikeouts and a brilliant 1.59 ERA. Since coming back on June 17, he has pitched 14 innings, fanned 19 and has a 1.93 ERA. In July, he has pitched the best of his career. In 10 games he has allowed only one run and one hit in 8 2/3 innings and struck out 12. How does Perkins explain the change in his performance? "I'm healthy and pitching better," he said. "They're putting me in spots where I can succeed, and I'm feeling good right now," said Perkins, who credits pitching coach Rick Anderson with helping his success. "You know what, he's just made sure I stay right, and like I said, they're just putting me in spots and using me in situations where I can be successful. It's worked out," Perkins said. New turf set at Dome Before going into the hospital for a hernia operation on Thursday, Bill Lester, who runs the Metrodome, was a part of a board of directors meeting that awarded a contract to CG B Enterprises, Inc. of Otsego to start the installation of new turf at the Dome on Aug. 1 at a cost of $476,984 and with a completion date of Aug. 18. The Vikings put their stamp of approval on the product (UBU S5 M)) that is used in the Georgia Dome and the Superdome in New Orleans. The old turf, only a year old, suffered water damage despite being covered by panels after the roof collapsed. The Dome will have an open house free to the public on Aug. 20, when Viking players will test the turf. The Vikings are scheduled to play host to the Dallas Cowboys in a preseason game on Aug. 27. The Gophers athletic department hopes to make $250,000 in rent and concessions from the U2 concert on Saturday. However, in previous U2 appearances this year, the large stage has done a lot of damage to stadium turf, something the university feels won't happen here. Olympic team. Former Gophers winger Blake Wheeler recently signed a two year contract with Winnipeg, avoiding an arbitration hearing slated for early next month. Hastings native Taylor Chorney recently re signed with the Edmonton Oilers. ESPN college basketball analyst Fran Fraschilla saw Gophers forward Trevor Mbakwe play at LeBron James' Nike Skills Academy and had this to say: "If 'playing hard' is a skill, as I believe it is, the attributes that enabled him to average a double double in the Big Ten will be enough to get him a long look from NBA scouts this season." . 25. In its 2013 mock draft, it has Gophers forward Rodney Williams being selected in the second round. Brock Vereen, the Gophers defensive back who started four games as a freshman last season, has a brother, Shane, who was drafted by the New England Patriots in the second round of the 2011 NFL draft. Shane, a running back, rushed for 1,167 yards during his junior year at California and graduated in three years. Former St. Olaf standout and St. Louis Park native Ben Hughes has made two appearances for the Casper Ghosts, the Rookie Pioneer League affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. Hughes has given up four runs over four innings but has struck out seven while walking two. 20 featuring several NBA players, including Timberwolves forward Michael Beasley. Other players scheduled to participate are Kevin Durant, John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins and former Timberwolf Craig Smith.
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